02/10/15 – Tuesday AM Interest-ing Reads

  • Five scenarios in which active managers could beat their benchmarks (Wall Street Journal)
  • Sexytime with DSK (Financial Times)
  • The Ideal Work Schedule, as Determined by Circadian Rhythms (hbr)
  • Felix Salmon writes an obituary for journalism hopefuls. (Fusion)
  • Jeff Hirsch: Mid-February to mid-September is crude oil’s most seasonally bullish period (Almanac Trader)
  • “This person is never surprised. Ever. They have mastered the ancient art of hindsight bias.” (Irrelevant Investor)
  • Marvel and Sony reach deal on Spider-Man movie production (WSJ via MarketWatch)
  • National Academies Report on Bulk Intelligence Collection (schneier)
  • Bitcoin exchange vanishes along with $387 million. Rumors says Ponzi scheme. (Coindesk)
  •  Fed’s Rate Dilemma: Job Gains vs. Low Inflation (wsj)
  • Don’t Look At Black Holes Too Closely, They Might Disappear (universetoday)
  •  Apple Has 93% of Mobile Profits; 650M Users by 2018 (blogs.barrons)
  • Shark Tank: The lost pitches (fortune)
  • All the Children Are Above Average (pimco)
  • Are the women CEOs of the S&P 500 being explicitly targeted by activists? (DealBook)
  • Most Innovative Companies 2015 (fastcompany)
  • Oil jobs start drying up (Bloomberg)
  • How the Markets Tempt Us Into Making Mistakes (awealthofcommonsense)
  • Broke young people remain convinced they’ll be millionaires one day (fusion)

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